Bachelor of Business Administration (in English)
Degree: Bachelor of Management
Program Name: Business Administration
Duration of the Program: 4 years
This program aims to cultivate talents who can adapt to the demands of modern global society. The qualified graduates shall understand general Chinese knowledge, Chinese economic and trade situation as well as Chinese culture. They shall master knowledge and abilities in management, economy, law and computer, etc., and are competitive in working at business companies and government departments with high innovation and application abilities.
Upon completion of the required credits the students will be able to:
Master the basic theory of management science and economics and knowledge of relevant laws and regulations.
Build up a solid management foundation and master the skills of organizing management activities, undertaking investigation, research, comprehensive analysis and information searching, etc.
Understand the academic foreland and trend of management disciplines.
Master the qualitative and quantitative analysis methods of the subject; Own the abilities of solving problems and conducting researches.
Have a strong cultural foundation and basic management capabilities; Be competent for the enterprise management, management of public utilities and other fields of work.
Required Credits and Class Hours in Total:
The minimum required credits to be completed within the program duration is 128, which is divided into two parts: class teaching (114 credits) and practical teaching (14 credits).
Class teaching credits are composed of compulsory courses and selective courses. The credit ratio of each type of courses is as the following:
Compulsory Courses: 1232 (Class hours in total); 77 (Credits); 68% (Credit ratio)
Selective Courses: 592 (Class hours in total); 37 (Credits); 32% (Credit ratio)
Total: 1824 (Class hours in total); 114 (Credits); 100% (Credit ratio)
- Company law
- Human Resources
- Management Information System
- Strategic Management for Enterprises
- Introduction to E-Commerce
- Management Communication